M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA OPERATORS DIVISION, LOCAL 1104 RECORDS,
1949-2001 (bulk 1980-1995)
(APAP-121)

Protesting AT&T Workers

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518) 437-3934

Finding Aid Compiled by
Kerry Lynch and Jodi Boyle
June 30, 2010

The arrangement and description of this collection was made possible through a New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grant.


 
 

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ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department Special Collections and Archives, by the Telephone Operators Division, CWA Local 1104.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted with the exception of Series #6: Membership and several folders in Series #2. Researchers seeking access to this material should contact the head of archives.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Organizational Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder Lists:


CWA Local 1104
Organizational Sketch

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The telephone operators division of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) is one of the original sectors of the CWA, a union that grew over the years to protect the interests of a large variety of professions. In 1918 phone operators gained union representation under the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), but a 1923 strike led to the breakup of that union. By the end of the 1940s, however, the CWA blossomed from the National Federation of Telephone Workers, which formed in the late 1930s when operators decided it was time to try unionization again. Under the leadership of Joseph Beirne, the CWA became national, and in subsequent decades the union grew to include private and public workers in the education and healthcare sectors in addition to the original telecommunications members. [1, 1a]

The operators of the Telephone Traffic Union Upstate (TTUU), today part of the CWA, also have roots stretching back to the 1940s; the TTUU began in 1945 in Albany, New York as the Traffic Employees Association Upstate Area. Led by Marie McGoughan, who started as general secretary of the group before becoming chair of the general committee in 1949, the group members established themselves as proponents of better working conditions and wages for telephone operators. December 1949 brought about the first issue of the union’s newsletter, Traffic Calls, and in 1950 the group voted to change its name to Telephone Traffic Union Upstate, New York. Headquarters were situated in three different locations around Albany before moving to Liverpool, New York in May 1976. [2] Although the union gained membership and support from men over the decades, the group was traditionally led by women and has featured many female officers.

Before they were members of the CWA, the American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) operators of the TTUU were affiliated with the Telecommunications International Union (TIU). [3] The TIU had an executive committee that oversaw the activities of its locals, but holes in the TIU constitution led to difficulties in 1984 when the TIU—an independent union up until that point— decided that it wanted to consider joining forces with the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO (AFSCME) or the CWA. TTUU members thought they might be interested in joining the CWA, but it seemed as though the TIU was leaning toward joining AFSCME. That difference in wishes, combined with discrepancies over which TIU locals would be able to send delegates to a special conference regarding the affiliation question, ultimately led the TTUU to disaffiliate from the TIU and join the ranks of CWA phone operators instead. Additional ill-will stemmed from failure of the TIU and TTUU to reveal to their members that affiliation with AFSCME would mean a “substantial increase” in dues and loss of previously recognized organizational privileges. [4]

The legendary breakup of AT&T also provided impetus for phone operators to make an affiliation change. Beginning in 1974, the American government brought anti-trust suits against AT&T. Arbitration continued until 1982 when AT&T agreed to dismantle the Bell operating system as it had existed for nearly a century. AT&T subdivided in 1984 into seven regional affiliates—the “Baby Bells”, so called because the old corporation was known as “Ma Bell.” [5] The breakup coincided with the TIU’s efforts to join AFSCME, and worries over employment conditions under the Baby Bells gave TTUU members more to consider as they made the decision to break away from the TIU and turn to the CWA instead.

The transition from TIU to CWA was gradual; the process began in 1984 but was not resolved until the early 1990s. Correspondence between TTUU President Donna Conroy and CWA headquarters in Washington, D.C. shows a slow integration of the TTUU into the CWA and some dissension over the number of people to be allowed at the bargaining table. [6] Despite the tentative transition, union members were seeing changes in the way they would do their jobs—as well as anticipating the need to fight for the right to do those jobs at all—and believed that the bargaining power of the CWA would provide them with the best employment protection. Ultimately the group retained its name—Telephone Traffic Union Upstate—but also added “CWA Local 1112” to that title once it became affiliated with the larger union.

Telephone operators cover several distinct areas of phone service. Central office operators handle local and long-distance call connections for customers. Directory assistance operators specifically provide phone numbers and area codes to callers while switchboard operators are typically employed within private offices to handle interoffice communications as well as directing outside callers. [7] As employees of AT&T and its subsidiaries, the operators of the TTUU Local 1112 would therefore be responsible mainly for central office and directory assistance work.

Union membership for phone operators became more crucial through the late 1980s and into the 1990s as automated systems began taking over the roles that humans used to perform. While central office, directory assistance, and switchboard operators continued to do their jobs, it was often in a background role as they monitored automated systems and stepped in if the system was malfunctioning or a caller experienced difficulty navigating it. They also intervened if a caller needed to interrupt a busy line in an emergency. [8] But the continued downsizing of phone companies and further introduction of machines that replaced working people prompted more reliance on unions like the CWA to support employment of real people and fair working conditions for them. The TTUU operators relied heavily on the ability of the CWA to grieve cases for them as they brought up issues against New York Telephone, Bell Atlantic, NYNEX, and other AT&T divisions over the years; 1984 and 1989 were especially notable for months-long strikes that involved public relations battles, fights with scabs, and long hours picketing as unionists fought for workers’ rights.

In 2001 the TTUU Local 1112 underwent one more name change when the telephone operators merged with two other CWA groups: the Graduate Student Employees Union of the State University of New York (Local 1188) and telecommunications workers (Local 1104). By retaining their individual group infrastructures (committees, officers, etc.), each local was able to continue operating efficiently but with much better bargaining power following the merger. At this time the phone operators (Local 1112) and graduate student employees (Local 1188) dropped their old local numbers and joined the telecommunications workers under the “Local 1104” designation instead. [9]

As of 2010, the CWA boasted 1,200 chartered local unions in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. It is also affiliated with the AFL-CIO, the International Transport Workers Federation (ITWF), and the Canadian Labour Congress. The phone operators remain very active within the union and are known for wearing red every Thursday as a sign of solidarity. [10]


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1. “Communications Workers of America.” Wikipedia. Retrieved 3 June 2010 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communications_Workers_of_America
1a. “About CWA.” Communications Workers of America. Retrieved 3 June 2010 from http://www.cwa-union.org/pages/about_cwa/
2. “Handwritten History of Telephone Traffic Union Upstate, New York.” (undated). Series #4 Subject Files.
3. “TIU Directory” file. (March 1984). Series #1 Administrative Papers.
4. “Disaffiliation—Specifically Alessi & Sebulski vs. Telephone Traffic Union.” Membership Series, NLRB Subseries, 1984.
5. AT&T. “A Brief History: The Bell System.” Retrieved 14 June 2010 from http://www.corp.att.com/history/history3.html
6. Letter from Morton Bahr to Donna Conroy, February 27, 1991. Correspondence series.
7. “Communications Equipment Operators.” JobBank USA. Retrieved 2 June 2010 from http://www.jobbankusa.com/ohb/ohb154.html
8. Ibid
9. “GSEU: Merger.” Retrieved and printed January 9, 2007 from www.gseurankandfile.org/fusion.html.
10. “About CWA.” Communications Workers of America. Retrieved 3 June 2010 from http://www.cwa-union.org/pages/about_cwa/


CWA Local 1104, Operators Division
Scope & Content Note

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The telephone operators collection contains a variety of documents illustrating the evolution of the group from its days with the Telecommunications International Union (TIU) through its first ten to fifteen years with the Communications Workers of America (CWA). The materials represent a variety of activities ranging from everyday office issues to nation-wide concerns, though the majority of the collection focuses on local topics. Although the Local 1112 (eventually the 1104) formed in the late 1940s, the collection mainly covers the 1970s and later; there is a noticeable lack of material from the union's early days.

There is a considerable amount of correspondence which the union divided by national and local letters and memos. Many of them document decision making by CWA headquarters executive committee members and local executive committee members. Steve Early, James Irvine, and Morton Bahr are names that arise frequently on the national level while Donna Conroy, Jane Blaszczak, and Kim Young appear often on the local level; all of them were union committee members or officers in some capacity for many years and played a significant role in shaping the direction of the union through the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. The disaffiliation from the TIU and affiliation with CWA is well-documented with files showing drafts of new constitutions and by-laws as well as letters to the union’s lawyers asking for advice on wording and content.

The collection also has a selection of legal contracts and agreements that the union made over the years, many of which deal with the period following the breakup of AT&T and issues within the Bell divisions, specifically NYNEX. There are also agreements regarding union affiliation. In addition, there are materials documenting the 1989 strike, scabs, and ramifications after the strike. Researchers will find a variety of day-to-day issues represented in the subject files dealing with specific offices and special projects. Conventions and seminars are represented in the collection on the national and local levels. Beginning in the 1970s, one of the major issues that the phone operators grappled with was the introduction of automated recordings that took over the calls that they used to handle, and there are paper documents as well as memorabilia reflecting that tension. Many of the union's activities, including strikes and conventions, are represented through photographs.

There is also a series for membership issues that features grievances as well as applications for membership, resignation paperwork, and cases that were not substantial enough to grieve them officially but still needed supervisory input and contained personal information on the part of the employee(s) involved.


CWA Local 1104, Operators Division
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Administrative Papers, 1967-1998, undated, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Though this series has meeting minutes from the main executive committee of the CWA, they are very sporadic; only one or two sets of minutes exist for some years. There is a much stronger selection of meeting minutes from the local’s own executive committee. There are also financial papers featuring a long run of reports and statements from the local’s certified accountants. Constitutions in this series contain information on the process of the union’s affiliation with CWA beginning in the mid-1980s.

Series 2: Contracts, Agreements, & Related Legal Action, 1950-1998 (Bulk 1989-1992), undated, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series documents legal activities and relations between the union and telephone company management. Many of these files belonged to Donna Conroy, president, and Kim Young, executive vice president, of Local 1112. This includes agreements and contracts dating from the 1950s to the end of the 20th Century. The bulk of material in the series, however, relates to the 1989 strike, informational picketing, and ongoing mobilization efforts. The union mobilized its members during bargaining in support of new contracts, against office closures, and against robot technologies replacing operators. Although some files mention specific union members, the papers relate to broader union-wide action, such as the 1989 strike. See Series #6: Membership for files on individual union members pursuing their own legal action. The Local 1112 also created several photo albums of union activities such as strikes and informational picketing. The photos were removed from these albums for preservation purposes, placed in archival-quality photo sleeves, and filed within this series where appropriate.

Please note that files mentioning specific union members in this series may include individual member information of a sensitive nature and are therefore labeled as restricted. Researchers seeking access to these materials should contact the head of archives.

Series 3: Correspondence-- Local (1987-1998) and National (1986-1999), 9.4 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically, then alphabetically within each year.

The union kept its letters and memos according to those whose origins were national and those whose origins were local. Therefore, this series is divided into national and local subseries with folder titles retained exactly as the TTUU named them. Both subseries are arranged by year, then alphabetically by folder title within each year. The national subseries contains substantial incoming and outgoing correspondence from specific offices or people such as James Irvine (CWA vice-president) and Morton Bahr (CWA president) or presidents of locals in District One, which covers unions in New York, New Jersey, New England, and eastern Canada. The local subseries tend to be divided by group affiliation such as NYTel workers, stewards, and AT&T headquarters.

Series 4: Subject Files, 1949-1999 (Bulk 1983-1997), undated, 3.2 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The bulk of the files in this series date from the 1980s and 1990s and belonged to Kim Young, executive vice president of Local 1112, with a smaller number of files originating from the office of the local’s president Donna Conroy. The material documents ongoing union business, the local union’s relations with AT&T and management, and day-to-day issues affecting unionized offices and members. Also included are efforts to prevent office closures and programs to assist union members when management decided to close offices. Other materials of interest are employee petitions, major company and union initiatives such as the “Safe Workplace Campaign” which addressed ergonomic challenges faced by operators, and a run of the union’s official newsletter, Traffic Calls, including its debut issue in 1949.

Series 5: Conventions & Seminars, 1978-2000, 3.4 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically, then alphabetically within each year.

This series is arranged similarly to correspondence—the materials are grouped chronologically, then alphabetically within each year. There are brochures and other documents from many of the CWA annual conventions from the mid-1980s through 2000, but there are also many local events represented such as operator conventions, steward seminars, and other union-related seminars offered on topics including leadership and labor laws. The Local 1112 created many photo albums of conferences and union gatherings; the photos were removed from these albums for preservation purposes, placed in archival-quality photo sleeves, and filed within this series where appropriate.

Series 6: Membership Files-- Member Services (1975-1998), Local Grievances (1980-1999), & National Labor Relations Board Cases (1984-2001), 1975-2001, 5.8 cubic ft. (RESTRICTED) Arranged alphabetically in subseries 1, then by case number for subseries 2 and 3.

These materials are divided into three subseries—membership services, local grievances, and National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) grievances. The first subseries has information about retirements, applications for union membership, and daily problems that needed supervisory intervention but were not serious enough to warrant actual grievance procedure. Local grievances included, but are not limited to, issues such as dismissal for poor attendance, need for lengthy sick leave, and wage discrepancies. NLRB cases are more of a mixture of individual cases as well as cases where the entire local chose to grieve an issue on behalf of all its members.

Please note that these files contain individual member information of a sensitive nature and are therefore restricted. Researchers seeking access to these materials should contact the head of archives.

Series 7: Memorabilia, 1989, 1991, undated, .3 cubic ft., Arranged by format.

This series contains a variety of artifacts from the TTUU’s history, including buttons, bumper stickers, and banners. At least one banner is strike-related, dated 1989, while another is related to AT&T’s replacement of live operators with voice-recorded menu options. There are also two hats, a fly swatter with a caption regarding the bugging of phone lines, and a recording of scab messages from a CWA officer’s answering machine.


CWA Local 1104, Operators Division
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Administrative Papers, 1967-1998

Box 1
Folder

1. Constitution and By-Laws, Telephone Traffic Union Upstate New York (1968, 1976, 1985)
2. CWA Constitutions and Related Correspondence, 1980, 1983-1984
3. CWA Constitutions and Related Correspondence, 1985-1987
4. CWA Constitutions and Related Correspondence, 1988-1990
5. CWA Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), Oct. 1987-April 1988
6. CWA Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), Feb. 1989- Aug. 1991
7. Disaffiliation Memos and Correspondence, 1985-1986
8. Duties of Representatives, Telephone Traffic Union Upstate New York, undated
9. Financial Reports, 1983-1984
10. Financial Reports, 1985-1990
11. Financial Reports, 1990-1997
12. Financial Statements, 1961, 1963-1964, 1966
13. Financial Statements, 1967-1969
14. Financial Statements, 1970-1971
15. Financial Statements, 1972-1975
16. Financial Statements, 1976-1981
17. Financial Statements, 1982-1984
18. Financial Statements, 1985-1986
19. Financial Statements, 1987-1988
20. Financial Statements, 1989-1990
21. Financial Statements, 1995-1998

Box 2
Folder

1. Local 1112 CWA Certificate of Election, 1987
2. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1967, 1969-1973
3. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1974-1975
4. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1976
5. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1977-1979
6. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1980-1981
7. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1982
8. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1983
9. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1984
10. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1985-1986
11. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1987-1988
12. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1989
13. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1990
14. Local 1112 Executive Board Meeting Minutes (Incomplete), 1991-1992, 1994-1997
15. Local Charter for CWA 1112 Operators, 1986 **See oversized box**
16. Proclamation of Operator Recognition Week, State of New York, 1982 **See oversized box**
17. Proclamation of Operator Recognition Week, State of New York, 1983 **See oversized box**
18. Telecommunications International Union (TIU) Directory, c. 1985
19. Statements of Revenue and Expenses (Incomplete), 1994-1996
20. Tax Documents, 1978-1980, 1982-1983
21. Tax Documents, 1984-1986
22. Telephone Traffic Union Upstate NY Election of Officers, 1985, undated
23. Treasurer's Reports, Jan. 1975-Dec. 1979
24. Treasurer's Reports, Jan. 1980-Dec. 1985
25. Treasurer's Reports, Jan. 1986-Nov. 1987
26. Union Office Open House Photos, 1977


CWA Local 1104, Operators Division
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Contracts, Agreements, & Related Legal Action, 1950-1998 (Bulk 1989-1992)

Box 1
Folder

1. Anti-Robot Mobilization, 1990, undated
2. AT&T Mobilization '93, 1993, undated
3. AT&T Mobilization '94, 1994-1995, undated
4. AT&T Mobilization '95, 1995, undated
5. AT&T Mobilization '97-'98, 1997-1998
6. AT&T Strike Photographs, 1989
7. AT&T Strike Photographs, 1989
8. Agreements, 1950-1954, 1956-1958, 1960, 1963, 1966
9. Agreements, 1968, 1971, 1974, 1977, 1980
10. Agreements, 1983, 1986, 1988
11. Agreements, 1984, 1991
12. Agreements, 1994, 1998
13. Bell Atlantic Mobilization '98, 1997-1998, undated
14. Contract Ratification, 1992, 1995
15. Dietz Strike, 1989
16. Dismissals, 1989-1991, undated **Restricted** [1 of 2]
17. Dismissals, 1989-1991, undated **Restricted** [2 of 2]
18.Eastern Airlines Strike – Syracuse, Photographs, Undated
19. Informational Picketing Photographs, 1989
20. Informational Picketing '91, 1991, undated
21. Jobs with Justice Rally, Buffalo, Photographs, 1987
22. Meeting and Picketing About Secret Bugging Photographs, Undated
23. Mobilization, 1998-1989, undated [1 of 2]
24. Mobilization, 1998-1989, undated [2 of 2]
25. Mobilization, 1990, undated
26. Mobilization, 1991-1992
27. Mobilization, 1992-1996

Box 2
Folder

1. Mobilization, undated
2. Mobilization '90, 1990-1991, undated
3. Mobilization Action Plan Ad, 1991
4. Mobilization Activities '92, 1992, undated
5. Mobilization, Carrier Selection Returns by Office, 1992, undated
6. Mobilization Coordinators, 1992
7. Mobilization-- Inside Tactic Ideas, 1992, 1995
8. Mobilization Steering Committee, 1997
9. News Clips, 1989 Strike, June/August/September 1989
10.News Clips, 1989 Strike, September-December 1989, 1990, undated
11. News Clips, Letters to the Editor About 1989 Strike, 1989, undated
12. News Clips, Strike-Related Court and Police Activity, 1989, undated
13. NYNEX Mobilization '95, 1996, undated
14. NYNEX Mobilization '97, 1997, undated
15. NYT Mobilization, 1993, 1995-1996, undated
16. Original Contract NYT '89, 1989-1990 [1 of 2]
17. Original Contract NYT '89, 1989-1990 [2 of 2]
18. Picketing Workers Photographs, 1992
19. Rainfare Picket, Wisconsin, Photographs, 1989
20. Revised Wage Progression Schedules, 1984-1985, 1987-1988, 1990-1992
21. Scab Answering Machine Messages, undated
22. Scabs-- Loans '86, 1985, 1987-1992, undated **Restricted**
23. Solidarity Rally and Strike Photographs, undated
24. Strike Pictures, Oneonta, Glenn Falls, 2000
25. Strike '89, 1989-1990, undated [1 of 2] **Restricted**
26. Strike '89, 1989-1990, undated [2 of 2] **Restricted**
27. Strike '89 Disciplinary Cases, 1987, 1990, 1992 **Restricted**
28. Strike '89 Sup. Return to Work, 1989, 1991, undated **Restricted**
29. Strike Analysis, 1986, undated
30. Strike Flyers & Chants, 1989, undated
31. Strike-Related Materials-- Donna Conroy, 1989, 1992
32. Striking Workers Portrait, 2000
33. Suspensions from 1989 Strike, 1989, 1990, undated [1 of 4] **Restricted**
34. Suspensions from 1989 Strike, 1989, 1990, undated [2 of 4] **Restricted**
35. Suspensions from 1989 Strike, 1989, 1990, undated [3 of 4] **Restricted**
36. Suspensions from 1989 Strike, 1989, 1990, undated [4 of 4] **Restricted**
37. T.T.U. Bargaining Photographs, 1977
38. Wage Addendums, 1984-1985
39. Wage Reopening Agreements, 1962, 1965
40. Western Strike Photographs, 1989


CWA Local 1104, Operators Division
Box and Folder List

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Series 3: Correspondence, 1986-1999, undated

Subseries 1: Local Correspondence, 1987-1998

Box 1

Folder

1. AT&T Communications, 1987
2. CWA Communications, 1987
3. NYT Communications, 1987
4. Other Communications, 1987, [1 of 3]
5. Other Communications, 1987, [2 of 3]
6. Other Communications, 1987, [3 of 3]
7. AT&T Stewards, 1988, [1 of 2]
8. AT&T Stewards, 1988, [2 of 2]
9. CWA Communications, undated
10. NYT Communications, 1988, [1 of 2]
11. NYT Communications, 1988, [2 of 2]
12. All Stewards, 1989
13. AT&T Communications, 1989
14. CWA Communications, 1989
15. NYT Communications, 1989
16. NYT Stewards, 1989
17. AT&T Communications, 1990
18. CWA Communications, 1990
19. NYT Communications, 1990, [1 of 2]
20. NYT Communications, 1990, [1 of 2]

Box 2
Folder

1. Other Communications, 1990
2. All Stewards, 1991
3. AT&T Communications, 1991, [1 of 2]
4. AT&T Communications, 1991, [2 of 2]
5. CWA Communications, 1991
6. NYT Communications, 1991, [1 of 2]
7. NYT Communications, 1991, [2 of 2]
8. NYT Communications/Joann Lyons File, 1991
9. Other Communications, 1991
10. All Stewards Communications, 1992
11. AT&T Communications, 1992, [1 of 2]
12. AT&T Communications, 1992, [2 of 2]
13. CWA Communications, 1992
14. NYT Communications, 1992
15. NYT Communications, 1992
16. Other Communications, 1992
17. All Stewards, 1993
18. AT&T Communications, 1993
19. AT&T Stewards, 1993, [1 of 2]
20. AT&T Stewards, 1993, [2 of 2]
21. CWA Communications, 1993
22. CWA Grievances, 1993
23. NYT Communications, 1993

Box 3
Folder

1. NYT Stewards, 1993, [1 of 2]
2. NYT Stewards, 1993, [2 of 2]
3. Other Communications, 1993, [1 of 2]
4. Other Communications, 1993, [2 of 2]
5. All Stewards, 1994
6. CWA Communications, 1994
7. NYT Stewards, 1994, [1 of 2]
8. NYT Stewards, 1994, [2 of 2]
9. Other Communications, 1994
10. All Stewards, 1995
11. AT&T Members, 1995, [1 of 2]
12. AT&T Members, 1995, [2 of 2]
13. NYT Stewards, 1995
14. Other Communications, 1995, 1996, 1997
15. All Stewards, 1996
16. CWA Communications, 1996
17-22. Executive Board, 1996, [6 folders]

Box 4
Folder

1. NYNEX Communications, 1996
2.Other Communications, 1996
3. All Stewards, 1997, [1 of 2]
4. All Stewards, 1997, [2 of 2]
5. AT&T Communications, 1997
6. CWA Communications, 1997
7-12. Executive Board, 1997, [6 folders]
13. NYNEX Communications, 1997, [1 of 2]
14. NYNEX Communications, 1997, [2 of 2]
15. Other Communications, 1997
16-21. Executive Board, 1998, [6 folders]

Box 5
Folder

1. Bell Atlantic, 1998
2. CWA Grievances, 1998
3. Other Communications, 1998
4. Stewards, 1998 [1 of 2]
5. Stewards, 1998 [2 of 2]

Subseries 2: National Correspondence, 1986-1999

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Box 1
Folder

1. CWA, 1986
2. CWA Communications, 1986, [1 of 2]
3. CWA Communications, 1986, [2 of 2]
4. Local Presidents, 1986, [1 of 3]
5. Local Presidents, 1986, [2 of 3]
6. Local Presidents, 1986, [3 of 3]
7. CWA Communications, 1987, [1 of 3]
8. CWA Communications, 1987, [2 of 3]
9. CWA Communications, 1987, [3 of 3]
10. Local Presidents, 1987, [1 of 3]
11. Local Presidents, 1987, [2 of 3]
12. Local Presidents, 1987, [3 of 3]
13. CWA Communications, 1988
14. District One, 1988
15. Irvine – AT&T, 1988, [1 of 2]
16. Irvine – AT&T, 1988, [2 of 2]
17. Local Presidents, 1988, [1 of 3]

Box 2
Folder

1. Local Presidents, 1988, [2 of 3]
2. Local Presidents, 1988, [3 of 3]
3. District One, 1989, [1 of 2]
4. District One, 1989, [2 of 2]
5. Irvine – AT&T, 1989, [1 of 2]
6. Irvine – AT&T, 1989, [2 of 2]
7. Local Presidents, 1989, [1 of 3]
8. Local Presidents, 1989, [2 of 3]
9. Local Presidents, 1989, [3 of 3]
10. District One, 1990, [1 of 4]
11. District One, 1990, [2 of 4]
12. District One, 1990, [3 of 4]
13. District One, 1990, [4 of 4]
14. Irvine’s Office, 1990, [1 of 3]
15. Irvine’s Office, 1990, [2 of 3]
16. Irvine’s Office, 1990, [3 of 3]
17. Local Presidents, 1990, [1 of 2]
18. Local Presidents, 1990, [2 of 2]

Box 3
Folder

1. District One, 1991, [1 of 3]
2. District One, 1991, [2 of 3]
3. District One, 1991, [3 of 3]
4. Irvine’s Office, 1991, [1 of 3]
5. Irvine’s Office, 1991, [2 of 3]
6. Irvine’s Office, 1991, [3 of 3]
7. Local Presidents, 1991, [1 of 2]
8. Local Presidents, 1991, [2 of 2]
9. District One, 1992, [1 of 2]
10. District One, 1992, [2 of 2]
11. Irvine’s Office, 1992, [1 of 3]
12. Irvine’s Office, 1992, [2 of 3]
13. Irvine’s Office, 1992, [3 of 3]
14. Local Presidents, 1992, [1 of 3]
15. Local Presidents, 1992, [2 of 3]
16. Local Presidents, 1992, [3 of 3]

Box 4
Folder

1. Bahr – Public Relations Incident, 1993
2. District One, 1993, [1 of 2]
3. District One, 1993, [2 of 2]
4-8. Irvine’s Office, 1993, [5 folders]
9. Local Presidents, 1993, [1 of 3]
10. Local Presidents, 1993, [2 of 3]
11. Local Presidents, 1993, [3 of 3]
12. District One, 1994, [1 of 2]
13. District One, 1994, [2 of 2]
14-18. Irvine’s Office, 1994, [5 folders]

Box 5
Folder

1. Local Presidents, 1994, [1 of 2]
2. Local Presidents, 1994, [2 of 2]
3. District One, 1995, [1 of 4]
4. District One, 1995, [2 of 4]
5. District One, 1995, [3 of 4]
6. District One, 1995, [4 of 4]
7. Irvine’s Office, 1995, [1 of 3]
8. Irvine’s Office, 1995, [2 of 3]
9. Irvine’s Office, 1995, [3 of 3]
10. Local Presidents, 1995, [1 of 2]
11. Local Presidents, 1995, [2 of 2]
12. District One, 1996, [1 of 2]
13. District One, 1996, [2 of 2]
14. Irvine’s Office, 1996, [1 of 3]
15. Irvine’s Office, 1996, [2 of 3]
16. Irvine’s Office, 1996, [3 of 3]
17. Local Presidents, 1996, [1 of 2]
18. Local Presidents, 1996, [2 of 2]

Box 6
Folder

1. Mancino, 1996, [1 of 2]
2. Mancino, 1996, [2 of 2]
3. District One, 1997, [1 of 2]
4. District One, 1997, [2 of 2]
5. Local Presidents, 1997, [6 folders]
11. Mancino, 1997, [1 of 2]
12. Mancino, 1997, [2 of 2]
13. Other Correspondence, 1997, [5 folders]
18. AT&T: Irvine, Brown, and Grimes, 1998
19. AT&T: Other Correspondence, 1998

Box 7
Folder

1. District One: Maher, Martini and Master, 1998
2. District One: Dolan and Other, 1998
3. Local Presidents: Baher and Easterling, 1998
4. Local Presidents: Nichols and Other, 1998
5. Mancino, 1998
6. Other Correspondence, 1998, [1 of 3]
7. Other Correspondence, 1998, [2 of 3]
8. Other Correspondence, 1998, [3 of 3]
9. AT&T: Irvine, Klimm, Brown, Grimes and Other, 1999
10. District One: Wooda (Asst.’t to V.P) and Maher (Area Director), 1999
11. District One: Maher cont.’d –A-, 1999
12. District One: Maher cont.’d –B-, 1999
13. District One: Miller, Hayes and Other, 1999
14. Local Presidents: Bahr and Easterling, 1999
15. Local Presidents: Cohen and Other, 1999
16. Mancino, 1999
17. Mancino – Charges, 1999
18. Other Correspondence, 1999, [1 of 2]
19. Other Correspondence, 1999, [2 of 2]


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Series 4: Subject Files, 1949-1999, undated (Bulk 1983-1997)

Box 1
Folder

1. 10th Annual E. Gerald Horgan Labor Award, 1999
2. 2+ Meeting, March 21, 1991, 1991-1993, undated
3. Ad-Hoc Meeting Minutes, 1989-1991, undated
4. Ad-Hoc Meeting Minutes, 1992, 1993, 1996-1998, undated
5. The Alliance for Employee Growth and Development, 1989-1991
6. The Alliance for Employee Growth and Development, 1992, 1993
7. American Family Celebration Photographs, May 1988
8. Ant- Automated Rally, undated
9. Arbitration Awards, photographs, 1984
10. AT&T Awards, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994
11. Awarding of Department of Correction Contract to MCI, 1989, 1991
12. Buffalo Meeting Photographs, 1976
13. Departmental Meeting, Cherry Hill, NJ, Photographs, October 1979
14. Buffalo Directory Assistance Office, Possible Closure, 1991, undated
15. Constructive Relationship Meeting, 1990, undated
16. Dues, 1992, 1993, 1997
17. Dues, 1997, 1998
18. Ergonomics Program (AT&T), 1993, 1994, 1997
19. Ergonomics Program Conference 97, 1997
20. Flyer: “Stop the AT&Tack on my Job! No I without Operators”, undated
21. Gotham Appraisal, 1992-1994, undated
22. Handwritten History of Telephone Traffic Union Upstate, New York, undated
23. Jesse Jackson Campaign Rally Photographs, 1988
24. Jobs with Justice Rally Photographs, c.1980s
25. Jobs with Justice Rally- Buffalo, undated
26. Joint Meetings Upstate Unions, Photographs, April 16, 1980
27. Labor Day Photographs, 1987
28. Lucent Spin-off and Restructuring, undated
29. Meeting Photographs, 1983
30. Meetings with Management, 1987, 1988, 1990-1992, undated
31. Meetings with Management, 1996, undated
32. Midwest Center for Labor Research, 1990, 1993
33. Multi-Union Rally-Albany, undated
34. Newsclips and Press Releases, Office Closures, 1993, 1995, undated
35. “Nickel and Diming at Spirit” CWA Cartoon, 1997
36. Newsletters, Clifton Park NY Relay Center Times- Picayune, 1995, 1996
37. Newsletters, New York Generator, 1989 NYNEX Strike, 1999

Box 2
Folder

1. Newsletters, Traffic Calls, 1949-1958
2. Newsletters, Traffic Calls, 1959-1971
3. Newsletters, Union Connections, 1988
4. Newsletter, The United Independents of Upstate New York, 1974
5. Office Photographs, General, undated
6. Offices, Albany, Gas Odor ’92, 1992, 1994
7. Offices, Albany OSPS Survey , 1992-1994
8. Officesm Amherest – 1989, 1991, 1993
9. Offices, Binghamton Closing, 1993-1994, undated
10. Offices, Binghamton, operator Expectations, 1993, undated
11. Offices, Binghamton, TEI, 1990-1992
12. Offices, Buffalo, TEI, 1991, undated
13. Offices, Clifton Park, 1989, 1992-1994, 1996, undated
14. Offices, Clifton Park OSHA 200 Logs, 1991-1996, undated
15. Offices, Clifton Park Safe Workplace Campaign, 1996, undated
16. Offices, Clifton Park Safe Workplace Campaign, undated
17. Offices, Clifton Park TEI, 1990-1991
18. Offices, Clifton Park TEI, 1991-1992, undated
19. Offices, Clifton Park UDT Repetitive Motion Illness Survey, 1996, undated
20. Offices, Clifton Park UDT Surveys, 1992, undated
21. Offices, Clifton Park, UDT Surveys, undated
22. Offices, Colonie TEI, 1991
23. Offices, Corning TEI, 1991, undated
24. Officesm Schenectady, 1990
25. Offices, Syracuse, 1990, 1992, undated
26. Offices, Syracuse, CAG Info, 1991, undated
27. Offices, Syracuse SPEE Offer, 1992
28. Offices, Syracuse/Utica Task Force Committee Minutes, 1992
29. Offices, Utica, 1990-1994
30. Organizing Materials, 1987-1988, 1990-1993, 1999-2000, undated
31. OSPS, 1986-1988
32. OSPS, 1988-1989
33. OSPS, 1989-1991, 1993, undated
34. OSPS Handbook, 1988-1989, undated
35. OSPS Handbook, undated

Box 3
Folder

1. Parade Photographs, undated
2. Petitions, Air Purifier, 1983, undated
3. Petitions, Challenge to Election of Representative, 1985
4. Petitions, Combining Seniority Lists, 1987
5. Petitions, Demand for Affiliation Ballot, 1985
6. Petitions, Demand for departmental Representative, 1985, undated
7. Petitions, Disagreement with Day Union Meeting, 1983
8. Petitions, Disagreement with necessary Service Assistant Qualifications, 1985
9. Petitions, Disgust with Lack of Union Representation, undated
10. Petitions, Lack of Represenation by President Dawson, Local 212, 1983
11. Petitions, Manual Selection of Holiday Hours, undated
12. Petitions, Parking Area In Syracuse, 1984
13. Petitions, Possible Affiliation with AESCME, 1984
14. Petitions, Reminder to Executive against communication Abuse, 1986
15. Petitions, Seniority for Vacation Weeks, 1983
16. Petitions, Sunday Scheduling, undated
17. Petitions, Support S. 1776/A. 2640 Anti-Bugging Legislations, undated
18. Quality of Worklife AT&T, 1988-1991
19. Reengineering Conference, 1993
20. Reengineering Conference, 1993-1994
21. Rochester Council for Occupational Safety and Health, Photographs, 1979
22. Shares for Growth, 1994, 1996-1997
23. Strategy Meeting AT&T, January 14-15, 1991, 1990-1991, undated
24. Surplus, 1986, 1993-1997, 1999
25. Surplus Declavations, 1995-1995, undated
26. Surplus Options, 1993
27. Surplus Options, 1994-1995
28. Surplus Options, 1995-1996
29. TEI, 1985-1990
30. TEI, 1990
31. TEI, 1991
32. TEI, 1992, undated
33. TEI, undated
34. TEI, Facilitator Role, 1990-1992, undated
35. UCAT, 1995
36. UCAT, 1995-1997

Box 4
Folder

1. Uniform Operating Practices Manual, Replaced Pages, 1968, 1972, 1975-1978, 1980, 1987-1990
2. Uniform Operating Practices Manual, Replaced Pages, 1988
3. VDT Surveys, 1996, undated
4. United Way, 1991, 1996


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Series 5: Conventions & Seminars, 1978-2000

Box 1
Folder

1. Cornell University, Photographs, 1974
2. 1st Constitutional Convention, Sheraton Motor Inn,Syracuse, N.Y., Photographs, Sept. 1975
3. N.F.I.U. Washington,D.C. Photographs, March 1976
4. 2nd Educational Convention, Ramada Inn, Albany, N.Y., Photographs Oct. 13-14, 1976
5. CWA – Annual Conventions, 1978-1983
6. TTUU Delegates at T.I.U. Meeting at Atlantic City, N.J., Photograph, May 1-3, 1978
7. 3rd Educational Convention, Sheraton Inn, Syracause, N.Y., Photographs, Oct. 16-19, 1978
8. T.T.U.U. Convention, ca. 1970s
9. T.I.U. Convention, Wilmington, Delaware, Photographs, April 1980
10. Bargaining Seminar, University of Wisconsin Madison, Photographs, 1980
11. T.T.U.U. Conventions, 1980-1982
12. Division Reps Workshop, 1982
13. Telephone Traffic Union Seminar, Utica, N.Y., Photographs, Feb. 1983
14. CWA Annual Convention, 1984
15. TIU Convention, Photographs, July 25, 1984
16. Seminar, Niagara Hilton, Photographs, ca. 1984
17. Special Conventions, ca. 1984-1985
18. CWA – 48th Annual Convention, 1986
19. CWA – 48th Annual Convention, 1986
20. Operators Conference, 1986
21. CWA – 49th Annual Convention, 1987
22. CWA – 49th Annual Convention, 1987
23. CWA – 50th Annual Convention, 1988
24. Seminar Photographs, Jan. 1988
25. Women’s Conference Photographs, University of Wisconsin, 1988
26. CWA – 50th Annual Convention, 1988
27. CWA – 50th Annual Convention, 1988
28. CWA – Seminar, 1988 [1 of 3]
29. CWA –Seminar, 1988 [2 of 3]
30. CWA – Seminar, 1988 [3 of 3]
31. Operators United, Photographs, 1989
32. CWA – 51st Annual Convention, 1989
33. CWA – 51st Annual Convention, 1989
34. CWA – Seminar, 1989, [1 of 3]
35. CWA – Seminar, 1989, [2 of 3]
36. CWA – Seminar, 1989, [3 of 3]

Box 2
Folder

1. Stewards Seminar, 1989
2. CWA – 52nd Annual Convention, 1990 [1 of 3]
3. CWA – 52nd Annual Convention, 1990 [2 of 3]
4. CWA – 52nd Annual Convention, 1990 [3 of 3]
5. CWA – District ! Leadership Conference, 1990
6. Labor Law Seminar, 1990
7. Operators Conference, 1990
8-12. CWA – 53rd Annual Convention, 1991 [5 folders]
13. CWA/AT&T Leadership Conference, 1991
14. Communications and Technologies Annual Leadership Conference, 1991, [1 of 2]
15. Communications and Technologies Annual Leadership Conference, 1991, [2 of 2]
16. Milwaukee Conference, 1991
17. Operators Conference, 1991
18. T.T.U.U. Convention, 1992
19. AT&T Leadership Conference, 1992
20. CWA 54th Annual Convention, 1992 [4 folders]

Box 3
Folder

1. CWA 54th Annual Convention, 1992 [5 of 5]
2. CWA District I Conference, 1992
3. CWA –Seminar, 1992
4. Local 1112 Stewards’ Educational Seminar, 1992
5. Operators Conference, 1992
6. Stewards Seminar, 1992
7. CWA 55th Annual Convention, 1993 [1 of 2]
8. CWA 55th Annual Convention, 1993 [2 of 2]
9. CWA – District I Leadership Conference, 1993
10. CWA – 56th Annual Convention, 1994 [1 of 2]
11. CWA – 56th Annual Convention, 1994 [2 of 2]
12. CWA – 57th Annual Convention, 1995
13. CWA – Seminar, 1995 [1 of 3]
14.CWA – Seminar, 1995 [2 of 3]
15. CWA – Seminar, 1995 [3 of 3]
16. Stewards Seminar, 1995
17. CWA – 58th Annual Convention, 1996 [1 of 3]
18. CWA – 58th Annual Convention, 1996 [2 of 3]
19. CWA- 58th Annual Convention, 1996 [3 of 3]
20. CWA – 59th Annual Convention, 1997 [1 of 3]
21. CWA – 59th Annual Convention, 1997 [2 of 3]

Box 4
Folder

1. CWA – 59th Annual Convention, 1997 [3 of 3]
2. CWA – 60th Annual Convention, 1998 [1 of 2]
3. CWA – 60th Annual Convention, 1998 [2 of 2]
4. Operators Conference, 1998
5. CWA – 61st Annual Convention, 1999 [1 of 2]
6. CWA – 61st Annual Convention, 1999 [2 of 2]
7. CWA – 62nd Annual Convention, 2000 [1 of 2]
8. CWA – 62nd Annual Convention, 2000 [2 of 2]


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Series 6: Membership Files, 1975-2001, undated (Bulk 1983-1999) RESTRICTED

Subseries 1: Membership Services, 1975-1998

Box 1

Folder

1. Absence for Union Business Monthly Reports, 1981-1986
2. Absence for Union Business Monthly Report, 1987-1992
3. AT&T Surplus, 1994
4. AT&T Surplus, 1998
5. AT&T Temps '92/'93, 1993, undated
6. CWA Retiree Card Applications, 1989-1992, undated
7. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1989
8. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1990
9. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1991 [1 of 2]
10. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1991 [2 of 2]
11. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1992 [1 of 2]
12. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1992 [2 of 2]
13. Dues Authorization and Membership Application Cards, 1993
14. Gates McDonald – 1993, 1994, 1996, undated
15. Offices, Albany Member Issues, 1994
16. Offices, Amherst Member Issues, 1988-1993, undated
17. Offices, Amherst Member Issues, 1994-1995, undated
18. Offices, Amherst Member Issues, 1995-1996, undated
19. Offices, Amherst Office Closing, 1993-1995
20. Offices, Binghamton Deferred Vested Pension, 1992
21. Offices, Binghamton Member Issues, 1991-1995, undated
22. Offices, Syracuse Alliance Funding, 1993, undated
23. Offices, Syracuse Member Issues, 1984-1985, 1989, 1991, undated
24. Offices, Utica Member Issues, 1987, 1991-1995, undated
25. Resignations, 1975, 1977,1979, 1981-1986

Box 2
Folder

1.Resignations, 1986-1989
2. Resignations, 1989-1992
3. Resignations, 1992-1997
4. Retired or Deceased List from 1/1/75 and 10/20/76, undated
5. UCAT Cases - undated

Subseries 2 Local Grievances, 1980-1999

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Box 1

Folder

1 . Grievance #975, Brucklier, Page, Ventura and R. Harris (1986-1987)
2. Grievance #2073, J. Herczak (1986-1987) [1 of 4]
3. Grievance #2073, J. Herczak (1986-1987) [2 of 4]
4. Grievance #2073, J. Herczak (1986-1987) [3 of 4]
5. Grievance #2073, J. Herczak (1986-1987) [4 of 4]
6. Grievance #7210-7214, S. Gurdo and C. Staggs (1987-1989, 1991) [1 of 2]
7. Grievance #7210-7214, S. Gurdo and C. Staggs (1987-1989, 1991) [2 of 2]
8. Grievance #7218-7219, S. Gurdo and C. Staggs (1988)
9. Grievance #7237, C. Bradford (1980-1984) [1 of 3]
10. Grievance #7237, C. Bradford (1980-1984) [2 of 3]
11. Grievance #7237, C. Bradford (1980-1984) [3 of 3]
12. Grievance #8262, 8264, 8265 J. Kenyon (1990-1993)
13. Grievance #8262, 8264, 8265 J. Kenyon (1982, 1991-1993, 1998)
14. Grievance #8745, E. Cassidy (1996) [1 of 2]
15. Grievance #8745, E. Cassidy (1996) [1 of 2]
16. Grievance #8749, E. Cassidy (1991-1996) [1 of 2]
17. Grievance #8749, E. Cassidy (1991-1996) [1 of 2]
18. Grievance #8819, Special Leave Program (SLP) Participants (1995-1996) [1 of 4]
19. Grievance #8819, Special Leave Program (SLP) Participants (1995-1996) [2 of 4]

Box 2
Folder

1. Grievance #8819, Special Leave Program (SLP) Participants (1995-1996) [3 of 4]
2. Grievance #8819, Special Leave Program (SLP) Participants (1995-1996) [4 of 4]
3. Grievance #8862, J. Zielinski (1996-1997)
4. Grievance #8863, G. Teal (1995-1997)
5. Grievance #8866, D. Allen (1992-1994, 1996-1997)
6. Grievance #8867, S. Giroux (1992-1997)
7. Grievance #8868, D. Angilletta (1997)
8. Grievance #8870, R. Harold (1996-1997)

Box 3
Folder

1. Grievance #8871 and #8872, K. Sears (1996-1997)
2. Grievance #8873, K. Sears (1994-1997) [1 of 2]
3. Grievance #8873, K. Sears (1994-1997) [2 of 2]
4. Grievance #9051, C. Mitchell (1992-1994) [1 of 2]
5. Grievance #9051, C. Mitchell (1992-1994) [2 of 2]
6. Grievance #9075, W. Decker (1993)
7. Grievance #9076, D. Thomas (1993-1994)
8. Grievance #9997, D. Grimes (1992-1993)
9. Grievance #9998, C. Johnson (1993)
10. Grievance #9999, B. Kelly (1989-1992)
11. Typing Test Results Case, 1991

Subseries 3 National Labor Relations Board Grievances, 1984-2001

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Box 1

Folder

1. AT&T – SIY, 1998
2. Button vs. NYNEX, 1995
3. Case #1-87-8L, H. Hug, 1990
4. Case #05B-19684-95, N. Nigro, 1996
5. Case #11B-22293-95, K. Ganance, 1996
6. Case #86-CV-0563E, New York Telephone vs. Telephone Traffic Union, 1986 [1 of 3]
7. Case #86-CV-0563E, New York Telephone vs. Telephone Traffic Union, 1986 [2 of 3]
8. Case #86-CV-0563E, New York Telephone vs. Telephone Traffic Union, 1986 [3 of 3]
9. Case #87-CV-1437, C.J. Munson, 1988, 1992
10. Case #90-C-0191, Order Determining Revenue Requirement and Rate Design, 1991
11. Case #90-CV-906, Zawilinski, 1991
12. Case #5216-89, Order to Show Cause, 1989
13. Case #3CA-12485 and #3CA-12614, 1984-1985 [1 of 2]
14. Case #3CA-12485 and #3CA-12614, 1984-1985 [2 of 2]
15. Case #3CA-13161, C. Morton, 1986
16. Case #3CA-12522-2, J. DiMaina, 1989
17. Case #3CA-12614, AT&T Northeast Region, 1985-1986
18. Case #3CA-13287, S. Bobak, 1986
19. Case #3CA-13288, C. Morton, 1986
20. Case #3CA-13292 S. Ross, 1986
21. Case #3CA-13301 J. Blaszczak, 1986
22. Case #3CA-13303, J. Blaszczak, 1986
23. Case #3CA-13349, Seabrooke Unit, Utica, 1986
24. Case #3CA-13395, J. Dimaina, 1986
25. Case #3CA-13909, C. Stables, 1987
26. Case #3CA-14379, K. Waugh, 1988
27. Case #3CA-14410 et. al. K. Waugh and J. Dimaina, etc. 1988
28. Case #3Ca-14410, J. Dimaina, 1989
29. Case #3CA-14431, K. Van Every, 1988
30. Case #3CA-14177, C. Ferrare, 1988
31. Case #3CA-14700, J. Dimaina, 1988
32. Case #3CA-15018, C. Ferrare, 1989
33. Case #3CA-15167, New York Telephone, 1989-1991
34. Case #3CA-15383, J. Ferrare, 1990
35. Case #3CA-15414, Siller and Martin, 1990
36. Case #3CA-15516, Unfair Labor Practice, 1990-1991
37. Case #3CA-15660, Rowe, 1990
38. Case #3CA-15661, G. Perratta, 1990
39. Case #3CA-15677, Manual Selection of Hours, 1990
40. Case #3CA-15961, M. Stanley, 1990
41. Case #3CA-16564, Catskill Office, 1991
42. Case #3CA-16951, D. Stangle, 1992-1993
43. Case #3CA-16972, L. Vincent, 1992
44. Case #3CA-17101, Unfair Labor Practice, Clifton Park, 1992
45. Case #3CA-17295, L. Vincent, 1992
46. Case #3CA-18224, K. Young, 1993-1994
47. Case #3CA-18303, D. Molinaro, 1993-1994
48. Case #3CA-19718, AT&T Refusal to Provide Requested Information, 1995
49. Case #3CA-19868, Failure to Bargain Collectively, 1996-1998
50. Case #3CA-20153, E. Kluczynski, 1996, 2001
51. Case #3CA-20154, Failure to Bargain Collectively, 1996-1997
52. Case #3CA-20257, Failure to Bargain Collectively, 1996-1997
53. Case #3CA-20375, Elmira Office, 1996-1997
54. Case #3CA-20378, Revocation of Settlement Agreement, etc. 1996-1998
55. Case #3CA-20886, Clifton Park Relay Service, 1996-1998
56. Case #3CA-20906, Revocation of Settlement Agreement, etc., 1997-1998
57. Case #3CA-20908, Failure to Provide Requested Information, 1997
58. Case #3CA-21082, New York Telephone/Bell Atlantic, 1998
59. Case #3CA-21178, Unfair Labor Practice, 1998-1999
60. Case #3CA-21240, Clerical, 1998
61. Case #3CA-21285, N. Knight, 1998
62. Case #3CA-21432, Bell Atlantic, 1998
63. Case #3CA-21525, Incidental Absence, 1998-1999
64. Case #3CA-21586, D. Baird, 1998-1999
65. Case #3CA-21591, Lawful vs. Unlawful Assistance, 1998
66. Case #3CA-21621, Failure to Bargain Collectively, 1998-1999
67. Case #3CA-21983, Failure to Bargain Collectively, 1999
68. Case #3CA-22288, Reese and Rockwell, 1999-2000
69. Case #3CA-22452, Troy, New York N.A.C. Office, 2000

Box 2
Folder

1. Case#3CA-22455 and 22461, Failure to Bargain Collectively, 2000-2001
2. Case #3CA-22601-1, Unlawful Suspensions, 2000
3. Case #3CB-4413, et. al. K. Baron, 1986
4. Case #3CB-4705, J.Crane, 1985
5. Case #3CB-4750, National Labor Relations Act, Section 7, 1986
6. Case #3CB-4750, R. Marrara, 1985
7. Case #3CB-4750, R. Marrara, 1985-1986
8. Case #3CB-4926-2, Picketing Issue, 1986
9. Case #3CB-4945 et. al., G. Fobes, 1986-1987
10. Case #3CB-4945, 4946, 4951 to 4953, 1986
11. Case #3CB-4953, E. Conway, 1986-1987
12. Case #3CB-4954, G. Dubel, 1986
13. Case #3CB-4954-2, A. Perry, 1986-1987
14. Case #3CB-5031, C. Dancesia, 1987
15. Case #3CB-5077, S. Smallwood, 1987
16. Case #3CB-5089, N. Barlette, 1987
17. Case #3CB-5449, M. Jacobs, 1989
18. Case #3CB-5511, E. Conway, 1989-1991
19. Case #3CB-5526, M. Green, 1989
20. Case #3CB-5536, S. Gowett, 1989
21. Case #3CB-5538, A. Topor, 1989
22. Case #3CB-5539, R. Doxtader, 1989
23. Case #3CB-5540, S. Orilio, 1989
24. Case #3CB-5548, G. Fobes, 1989
25. Case #3CB-5549, W. Fobes, 1989-1989 [1 of 2]
26. Case #3CB-5549, W. Fobes, 1989-1989 [1 of 2]
27. Case #3CB-5554, C. Schermerhorn, 1989
28. Case #3CB-5556, L. DiBerdino, 1989
29. Case #3CB-5580, A. Harrington, 1989
30. Case #3CB-5638/(c)3CA-15467, Conroy, 1990-1991
31. Case #3CB-5814, H. Siller, 1991
32. Case #3CB-6257, H. Baldwin, 1993
33. Case #3CB-6602, C.A. Collins, 1994
34. Case #3CB-6898, D. Evans, 1994-1996
35. Case #3CB-7078, R. Parker, 1996
36. Case #3CB-7711-1, K. Carson vs. Local 1112, 2000-2001
37. Case #3CC-1360 and 1362, Unfair Labor Practice, 1989
38. Charge Against Employer, 1992
39. Charge Against Employer/Union Bulletin Board Postings, 1986
40. Civil Action #CIV-86-0563, Unfair Labor Practice, 1986
41. Civil Action #84-0139, J. Alessi and R. Sebulski, 1984
42. Civil Action #86-CV-476, Brock vs. Telephone Traffic Union Upstate, 1987
43. Civil Action #86-CV-476, C.A. Lesniowski, 1987
44. Civil Action #86-CV-476, E. Kopycinski, 1987
45. Civil Action #86-CV-476, M.J. Ferrentino, 1987
46. Civil Action #86-CV-476, M. Krueger, 1987
47. Civil Action #86-CV-476, S. McFarland, 1987
48. Civil Action #86-CV-476, R. Marrara, 1987

Box 3
Folder

1. Disaffiliation-Specifically Alessi and Sebulski vs. Telephone Traffic Union, 1984
2. Failure to Provide Requested Information, 1997, 1999
3. General Case Correspondence, 1985-1986
4. General Grievance Correspondence, 1997 [1 of 2]
5. General Grievance Correspondence, 1998, [2 of 2]
6. Grievance #1310 and 1313, Poppenberg and Bell, et. al., 1996-1997
7. Grievance #1402, S. Moore, 1997
8. Grievance #1495, B. Kriegbaum, 1997
9. Grievance #9311, G. Seminaro, 1997
10. Grievance #9375, A. Crisp, 1997
11. Grievance #9414-9415, R. Parker, et. al. 1996
12. Grievance #9427, L. Carpenter, 1997
13. Grievance #9432, R. Garrett, 1997
14. Grievance #9433, M.A. Johnson, 1996-1997
15. Grievance #9435, M. Barker, 1997

Box 4
Folder

1. Grievance # 9439, A. Lipari, 1997
2. Grievance #9460, J. Stamatakis, 1997
3. Higher Tax Rate During Strike, 1989-1990
4. Labor Department Investigation, 1984-1986
5. Medical Expense Plan – Litigation Against NYNEX, 1989 [1 of 2]
6. Medical Expense Plan – Litigation Against NYNEX, 1989 [2 of 2]
7. New York Telephone Co. vs. CWA, et. al. 1989
8. Pending Board Charges, 1997-1999
9. Selection of Hours / Unfair Labor Practice, 1989, 1992
10. Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) Correspondence, 1996-1997 [1 of 2]
11. Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) Correspondence, 1997-1998 [2 of 2]
12. Winback Program, 1992


CWA Local 1104, Operators Division
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Series 7: Memorabilia, 1989, 1991, undated

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Banners (rolled around maptubes): “CWA Local 1112”, “Operators United 1989”, and “Telephone Traffic Union Upstate”


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